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The Twisted Citrus Halloween menu is now available; beer events this week


twisted citrus, at 1649 N. Main St. in North Canton, is pulling out all the stops for Halloween, and this year is no different. Released last week, the Halloween menu is full of creative and one-of-a-kind spooky meals and drinks.

Breakfast items include the Cereal Killer French Toast, which is thick sliced ​​Texas toast rolled in crunchy berry cereal crumbs and toasted, served with hot syrup and a fruit cup; Jack O Lantern Stack, which are pumpkin pancakes topped with an orange cream cheese frosting and decorated with a fondant face and served with a cup of fruit; and Poison Apple French Toast Casserole, which is Twisted Citrus’ version of breakfast bread pudding (minus the raisins) topped with a generous helping of caramel drizzle, warm applesauce and whipped cream and served in a steaming cauldron.

More fun and spooky creations on the menu include a spicy three-egg omelet; strawberry pancakes infused with cotton candy and topped with cotton candy frosting; a skillet with a giant mousetrap; a Monster Mash Hash with sirloin cubes, bacon twist potatoes, onions and spinach with Cajun seasoning and blue cheese crumbles; a turkey wrap with turkey sausage, spinach, egg, Swiss and pesto in a green spinach wrap, and a Frankenwich, which is a classic breakfast sandwich with a fried egg, a sausage patty, provolone and spinach on a brioche bun.

Ratatouille Skillet at Twisted Citrus comes with a giant rat.

There’s also a themed drink menu with strawberry lemonade champagne; a mixed drink of blood orange sorbet, tequila, and champagne, and a Beetle Juice-themed drink with vodka, lemon juice, muddled mint, beet juice, and champagne.

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Spring Hill Historic Home to Host Pasta Dinner for Fundraiser

Spring Hill Historic House hosts its annual pasta dinner from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday at Santangelo Party Center at 1008 Ninth St. SW in Massillon.

The annual fundraising dinner helps the nonprofit organization cover some of its annual costs. All proceeds go to Spring Hill’s operational budget to care for its collections, maintain the historic site, and develop events and programs.

Spring Hill Historic Home is hosting a fundraising dinner past Sept. 22.

Dinner will consist of tomato penne pasta, Alfredo and meat sauces with a side salad, bread and homemade desserts by Spring Hill volunteers. Dine in and take out are available.

Tickets are $13 per adult and $5 per child ages 2-12 and can be purchased over the phone at 330-833-6749, online at springhillhistorichome.org or at the door. Discounts are available if you purchase 10 or more tickets.

There will be a draw. Raffle tickets are $1 each or six for $5. If you become a Spring Hill member, you will receive 15 raffle tickets.

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Aeonian Brewing Co. will host a Greek beer dinner

Aeonian Brewing Co.at 120 W. Chestnut St. in Alliance, is hosting a Greek-themed beer dinner at 6 p.m. Thursday at the brewery.

A dish from a previous beer dinner at Aeonian Brewing Co.

Each month, Aeonian’s brewer and chef collaborate to create a five-course, beer and dinner pairing. These monthly dinners allow the brewer and chef to talk to guests and get to know them more personally.

The brewer talks about beer and explains how beer and food complement each other, while the chef discusses the ingredients and preparation of his dishes.

Greek-themed beer dinner entrees are Greek salad; Pastitsio, which is pasta covered with beef and bechamel sauce; a potpourri of Dolmathes, a trio of stuffed vine leaves; Greek Lamb Lollipops and a Baklava Sundae, which is a pastry layered with honey and nuts.

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Nathan’s Patio will host three days of Oktoberfest celebration

From 11 a.m. Friday, Nathan’s Patio Bar & Grille celebrates Oktoberfest.

Grab your Lederhosen and enjoy three days of German food and beer. Bratwurst, Jagerschnitzel, pretzels, pierogies, Kasespatzle and beer will be among the weekend specials.

Nathan’s will present the Great Lakes Oktoberfest and Goose Island Oktoberfest at draft, while supplies last.

Nathan’s Patio is located at 725 30th St. NE in Guangzhou and is open 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 2:30 a.m. Friday, 9 a.m. to 2:30 a.m. Saturday, and 9 a.m. to 1 a.m. Sunday.